Collina d'Oro

Umbria Passito IGT

Grape variety: 100% moscato giallo, from sustainable farming
Vineyards specifications: vines planted in 1999 with guyot training system, east/south-east exposure, white clay and sandy soils
Plant density and yield: 6.500 plants/hectare with a production of 0,45 kg of grapes per plant (40 quintals/hectare)
Harvest: totally hand-picked in the last week of October

Winemaking: the dried and dehydrated grapes are gently destemmed and pressed, the skin maceration lasts 7/8 days and the fermentation takes place with wild yeast in stainless steel tank, where temperatures are strictly controlled
Ageing: 6 months in stainless steel tank in contact with the fine lees, it doesn’t go through the malolactic fermentation and, after being bottled, it refines at the least 3 months in the bottle

Color: bright golden with amber glints
Aromas: notes of apricots, fig, date, candied citrus and Mediterranean maquis
Taste: the sweetness is perfectly balanced by freshness and minerality, with very long persistence. A wine of great complexity, harmony and elegance

Contains sulfites

Correct disposal of waste:
Bottle: Green/blue glass (GL 71) Glass collection – Cap: Cork For 51 Dedicated separate collection – Capsule: in aluminum C/ALU 90 Aluminum collection – Cartons / Beehives: PAP20 cardboard Cardboard collection